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Jamie Walters (Pop)
1. Hold On
2. Comfort of Strangers, The
3. Distance, The
5. Drive Me
6. Neutral Ground
7. I Know the Game
8. Release Me
9. No Rhyme, No Reason
10. Perfect World
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 82600
David Schober; Gabe Veltri; Grant Conway; David Hines; Max Norman; Michael C. Ross; Steve Tyrell
Personnel: Jamie Walters (vocals, guitar, harmonica); Michael Landau (acoustic & electric guitars); Dean Parks (electric guitar); Bob Mann (guitar); Zachary Throne (guitar, Hammond B-3, bass, percussion, background vocals); Mike Finnegan (Hammond B-3); Guy Moon (keyboards); Kevin Savigar (keyboards, percussion); Leland Sklar, John Pierce (bass); Gary Mallaber (drums, percussion, background vocals); Russ Kunkel (drums, percussion); Roy Campanella III (programming); Marlena Jeter, Mortonette Jenkins, Alex Brown, Steve Tyrell, Merry Clayton, Dee Harvey, Barry Coffing, Vonda Shepard, David Palmer, Dr. John (vocals).
Recorded at Tyrell Studios, Los Angeles, California.
Personnel: Jamie Walters (vocals, guitar, harmonica, background vocals); Dean Parks (guitar, electric guitar); Michael Landau, Bob Mann (guitar); David Palmer (gut-string guitar, background vocals); Guy Moon, Kevin Savigar (keyboards); Russ Kunkel (drums, percussion); Gary Mallaber (percussion); Roy Campanella III (loops, sampler); Dr. John, D. Harvey, Alex Brown, Vonda Shepard, Barry Coffing, Mortonette Jenkins, Marlena Jeter (background vocals).
Audio Mixer: Chris Lord-Alge.
Liner Note Author: Steve Tyrell .
Recording information: Tyrell Studios, Los Angeles, CA.
Illustrator: Charlie Roberts.
First of all, there's the fact that he's a television heartthrob (does 90210 ring a bell?). Second of all, he's an accomplished singer/songwriter (does the smash hit "How Do You Talk To An Angel" ring a bell?). And lastly, he's got some of the coolest sideburns in show business (do James Dean, Elvis Presley, or Walters' own TV co-stars ring a bell?). With all these bells going off, its no surprise to find Jamie Walters' self-titled debut quite an agreeable effort.
JAMIE WALTERS is filled with the kind of pop-rock ditties that would set any teenage girl's heart aflutter. Yet the songs are substantial enough to win over a big sister, and accessible enough to draw in a parent or two. In addition, a number of Walters' musical decisions--most notably, his cover of cool guy Graham Parker's "Release Me" and the choice of Dr. John for eerie background vocals--demonstrate that he has far more nerve than most TV stars that enter a recording studio.
Jamie Walters is poised to be a big pop star, and as he displays on the emotional "Hold On," he has the soul to pull it off.
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